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Star Trek (Original Series) Fan Fiction Trilogy

In the midst of a Vulcan ritual, the Time-honored k’Matra, Spock unwittingly meets his future bride through a metaphysical encounter. Normally celebrated, it is used against him instead, sending T’Pau, Matriarch of the House of Talek Sen Dene, into crisis mode. Was it the rare occurring Kiftiri (Destiny), as claimed, or had T’Pau’s great-grandson cleverly manipulated the circumstances to his own advantage?

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2 Free Ebooks by Emily Brontë

Emily Jane Brontë was an English novelist and poet who is best known for her only novel, Wuthering Heights, now considered a classic of English literature. Emily was the third eldest of the four surviving Brontë siblings, between the youngest Anne and her brother Branwell. She wrote under the pen name Ellis Bell.

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51 Free Children Ebooks by BookDash

Book Dash books are created by professionals who volunteer their time and expertise at Book Dash events. Anyone can freely download, translate, print and distribute these books (under a Creative Commons Attribution licence). If you do reuse anything from these books, please credit their creators and include a link to

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Global Peace – An Islamic Perspective

The Global Peace Project aims to highlight the recurring themes of peace, love and compassion for humanity that are common throughout the world’s major religions. The project’s overall goal is to promote global understanding, peace, and tolerance.

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2 Free Thriller & Suspense Ebooks by Lois D Brown

Ebook #1: Cycles – When Renee discovers that her neighbor, Dr. Dawson, has bags of his dead daughter’s frozen blood stored in his basement, she decides it’s up to her to uncover the doctor’s mysterious past. What she learns, however, is not what she expects. Ebook #2: Forgotten Canyon – The thought of finding Montezuma’s hidden treasure urges cartographer Johnathon Scribner deep into the Forgotten Canyon. Why he stays there, however, is a different reason altogether.

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Know Thy Enemy

An artifact from the Baghdad National Museum could justify the coalition invasion of Iraq. But the artifact is among items looted from the Museum just before the invasion. CIA Analyst, Emma Burrows enlists the help of Captain William Bradford and a small Joint Task Force 2 team to retrieve the artifact. Unknown to them, a mercenary unit led by Luc Fortesque is also after the stolen artifacts intending to sell them on the black market.

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Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story

In sixty-four days, Senior Chief Brendan O’Reilly will retire after 30-years in the Navy, but today he’s working on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Today, he has to stop daydreaming about visiting National Parks with his lovely wife, Diane, in their new motorhome. Today, Brendan O’Reilly has to keep himself and his shipmates alive.

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Impressions of Egypt

This travelogue isn’t a picture-book; there are far better pictures available on the internet and in travel magazines than the thousand plus I clicked with my point-and-shoot. It is all about the impressions, emotions and implications that no picture can convey, but something that can only be experienced when you bask in the glorious Mediterranean sun in Alexandria, are belittled by the sentinel pyramids at Giza, come to terms with the engineering feat of relocating Abu Simbel, appreciate the historic grandeur of the museum-city of Luxor, or relive the romance of the Nile as you drift past gently-swaying date palms and white-sailed feluccas.

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